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"What do you believe? is the wrong question" clarifies Rev. Peter Morales, UUA President


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"Monthly Movie Night"
hosted by Paula Hallowell

Paula is your Movie Night Maestro!

Admission is "two-bits"
and hot popcorn is FREE!


Friday, September 4

“Capitalism: A Love Story”
2009 R 127 mins
Filmmaker Michael Moore takes on capitalism's roots, the floundering U.S. economy, and 2008's global financial meltdown and subsequent bank bailout in this rousing documentary. Combining stories about those who suffer most from Corporate America's greed and insatiable thirst for profits and the people most responsible for myriad crises, Moore embarks on another shocking fact-finding rampage.

fright night will be "The Cat and the Canary" 1927 NR 81 minutes
The heirs to a sizable fortune must spend the night in the creepy mansion of their long-dead benefactor. When the family lawyer turns up murdered, people point the finger at young Annabelle, who's first in line to inherit the fortune.


No Movie Night in August.

Movie Maven Paula will re-open our

theatre in September after a well-deserved summer break!


Thursday, July 9


Hosted by Paula Hallowell  (please RSVP by emailing Paula by Tuesday, July 7)

“The Secret of Roan Inish”
1993 PG 102 minutes

When 10-year-old Fiona (Jeni Courtney) learns how her ancestors came to leave the island of the seals, Roan Inish, she discovers there may be magic afoot in her family tree, in writer-director John Sayles' (Limbo, Lone Star) fable for all ages.

This Celtic fairy tale -- about folkloric, aquatic creatures that are half human and half seal -- includes breathtaking images of Ireland's coastline.


Tuesday, May 12


Hosted by Paula Hallowell

“The 5,000 Fingers of Dr. T”

1953, Rated G, 92 minutes

Bart has only one enemy in the world: his piano teacher Dr. Terwilliker.  Fantastic sets, screenplay, and even song lyrics were provided by Dr. Seuss.


Friday, April 17 at 6:30pm
Hosted by Paula Hallowell


“Cactus Flower”

Rated “PG” 103 minutes

Cactus Flower is a 1969 comedy film directed by Gene Saks and starring Walter Matthau, Ingrid Bergman, and Goldie Hawn, who won an Oscar for her performance.

The chemistry works; the movie is better than the play!